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Mihir Bose

Mihir Bose is an award-winning journalist and author, with 28 books to his credit. His History of Indian Cricket was the first book on an Indian theme to win the prestigious English Cricket Society's Literary Award. Apart from his current weekly 'Big Interview' for the London Evening Standard, Bose writes and broadcasts on social and historical issues and sports for the BBC, the Financial Times, the Independent, the Sunday Times and History Today. His most recent books are: The Spirit of the Game: How Sport Made the World and Game Changer: How the English Premier League Came to Dominate the World. The BBC's first Sports Editor, Bose was also the chief sports news correspondent for the Daily Telegraph where he created an innovative weekly column, 'Inside Sport'. He also wrote on such subjects as race, immigration and other social issues. He has an honorary doctorate from Loughborough University for outstanding contribution to journalism and the promotion of equality. Mihir Bose's presence has been felt in nearly all major UK newspapers, several business publications and radio and television programmes.
List of Books written by Mihir Bose


The Lost Hero, 1/e

Vikas Publishing


  • 9789325973954
  • 584 pages
  • Paperback
  • Rs.450.00
  • 2014


History abounds with many heroes. The Indian freedom struggle had its own share of them. Subhas Chandra Bose fired the nation with patriotic fervour, very different in character to the non-violent approach preached by Gandhi. Truly an outsider to the movements of satyagraha and passive resistance that rapidly gained momentum, he made a valiant effort to galvanize the nation into action with ...

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